UK Front Page Archive (July 20′ – Present)

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The i reports that a rise in COVID rule-breaking has prompted officials to launch a new campaign encouraging people to “stay at home” as lockdown fatigue kicks in.

The Daily Mirror reports that some children may not be back in the classroom on 8 March due to the “huge logistical challenge” of setting up COVID-19 testing. 

The i reports that letters have been sent out inviting those aged 65 to 69 and the clinically vulnerable to get their COVID-19 vaccinations.

Boris Johnson is confident that 15 million Britons will have received their first vaccine by Monday, according to The Observer – with a leading scientist telling the newspaper that the UK repeatedly failed to heed early warnings about...

The prime minister appeals to the last two million people over 70 to come forward and get their COVID-19 vaccination – that’s on the front of The Times.

The i points to the Bristol variant of COVID-19, saying fears over its spread have prompted ministers to introduce harsh new penalties for those who break the travel rules.

The Guardian says the new tough punishments for COVID travel rule-breakers which become law on Monday, are an attempt to stop the new variants reaching the UK.

The Financial Times leads on tough new punishments for anyone concealing they have arrived in the UK from a high-risk destination as ministers try to cope with new COVID variants. 

The Daily Mirror reports on people aged over 70 who have not had a COVID jab now being told to call the NHS, instead of waiting to be contacted for a vaccine appointment.

The Guardian says the new COVID variants are prompting calls for tougher border controls amid fears they may damage the UK’s vaccination programme.

New jabs are on the way that will tackle new COVID-19 variants, the i says, after news that the Oxford vaccine may struggle against the South African mutation.

The Daily Star leads with the trolls’ responses to the memorial clap for Captain Sir Tom Moore, the NHS fundraiser who died with COVID-19 this week.

The country was “united in applause” as it paid tribute to Captain Sir Tom Moore on Wednesday night, the Daily Mirror says.It pictures a nurse clapping in its picture – the 100-year-old’s extraordinary final year...

The Guardian says a study’s shown coughing generated at least 10 times more “aerosol” particles than speaking or breathing – meaning NHS staff could be at far greater risk of catching COVID from patients than...

The i says the UK passing 10 million people with their first shot of the COVID vaccine means 15% of the population has been reached within 57 days.It adds that new vaccines will be “ready...

The Guardian says a study’s shown coughing generated at least 10 times more “aerosol” particles than speaking or breathing – meaning NHS staff could be at far greater risk of catching COVID from patients than...

Data suggests the Oxford/ AstraZeneca vaccine can cut transmission of COVID-19, as well as providing protection, tomorrow’s The Times reports.

Captain Sir Tom Moore, the NHS fundraiser in hospital with COVID-19, was not able to get a vaccine because he was suffering from pneumonia, according to the Daily Mirror.

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